Reentry at Fulton County Jail

Reentry at Fulton County Jail - Corizon

L-R: Sophia Henry, Larry Owens, Kerry Stephens, George Herron, Joyelle Hines and Maria Longsworth

VISION: Corizon will be the leading Reentry program model for correctional healthcare by facilitating inmate community reintegration to reduce recidivism, promoting enhanced inmate quality of life and enhancing public safety.

MISSION: Corizon will provide Reentry case management services to assist in transitioning individuals back into communities by assessing needs, addressing barriers, developing individualized community integration plans and partnering with community stakeholders in an effort to reduce recidivism in Fulton County (GA).

CORE: Corizon Reentry services are focused on medically and mentally ill repeat offenders. The primary duties of the Reentry Case Managers are to provide supportive case management services including: securing housing (transitional and/or permanent), employment/ vocational training linkage, educational referrals, health education/management, including HIV/AIDS and other chronic illness referrals, developing and maintaining healthy relationships, social and interpersonal skill development, mental health service coordination, substance abuse and crisis intervention services.

The Reentry team developed quarterly network and coalition meetings with community stakeholders to address the changing trends, review resources available, barriers to services and challenges facing offenders.

Fulton County Jail, a Corizon partner, is available to help and assist the citizens of the county. To learn more about the Fulton County Jail and other community services visit

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